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boyfriend, even, she says, on the day she shot him and stabbed him 29 times. randi kaye was in the court. we'll talk about it when we come back. wich. >>> a lot of excitement and skepticism about a mississippi toddler who appears to make medical history. you maybe saw headlines about this today. we don't know her name. researchers say she appears to be the first baby to be cured of hiv. she was treated with high doses of anti retro viral drugs shortly after she was born. she was just 30 hours old when she started getting the drugs. within weeks the virus was undetectable in her blood. she stayed on the drugs for about 15 months. she is now 2 1/2 years old and has no detectable traces of hiv and is off the drugs. it is a dramatic response and possibly historic. it is important to point out it is one case and experts caution that further research is needed. dr. fauch chi is with the national institutes of health. is this baby really 100% cured of hiv? is there a chance it could come back? >> the people who have been studying the baby have done everything that we can possibly do to determine if
was he? randi kaye was in the courtroom. >>> and the parachute fails as well as the backup parachute. >> in the air, i knew i was going at a speed that i probably was not going to survive. >>> well, the defense in the jodi arias murder trial put an expert on the stand today to help explain her memory loss and her fiery exchanges with the prosecutor. we'll take you inside. so trusted... so clinically proven dermatologists recommend it twice as much as any other brand? neutrogena®. recommended by dermatologists 2 times more than any other brand. now that's beautiful. neutrogena®. ♪ >>> crime and punishment tonight, the jodi arias murder trial. she's accused of shooting ex-boyfriend travis alexander, stabbing him dozens of times, cutting his throat. if she's found guilty, she could be sentenced to death. today the defense relied on expert testimony. more on that in a moment. arias herself, as you know, spent 18 days on the stand testifying she doesn't remember much of the attack, which she calls self-defense, the prosecution calls premeditated murder. her testimony ended with a face
arias' memory loss. how convincing was he? randi kaye was in the courtroom. >>> later, a sky diver's parachute fails. the backup parachute does as well. >> in the air i knew i was going at a speed that i was not probably going to survive. con, diarrhea, gas, bloating? yes! one phillips' colon health probiotic cap each day helps defend against these digestive issues with three strains of good bacteria. live the regular life. phillips'. live the regular life. the american dream is of a better future,t. those dreams have taken a beating lately. but no way we're going to let them die. ♪ ameriprise advisors can help keep your dreams alive like they helped millions of others. by listening. planning. working one on one. that's what ameriprise financial does. and that's what they can do with you. that's how ameriprise puts more within reach. ♪ >>> the defense in the jodi arias murder trial put an expert on the stand to help explain her memory loss and her fiery exchanges with the prosecutor. we'll take you inside the courtroom when we continue. conservative. very logical thinker. (laug
in for randi kaye. we start in washington with the spending cuts that were never supposed to happen. but they are happening. >> $85 billion in federal funding was slashed from the budget affecting everything from education to the fbi to food safety, national parks. the president is calling the cuts dumb and arbitrary. jessica yellin has more from washington. jessica. >> reporter: brianna, victor, the president has now signed the order triggering these forced spending cuts. administration officials acknowledge there was no kind of negotiating over a deal to avoid those cuts at a last-minute white house meeting with congressional leaders. they say the two sides are just too far apart. >> congressional leaders summoned to the white house for a last-minute meeting left less than an hour later with no deal. soon after the president came to the briefing room to give his side of the story. >> none of this is necessary. it's happening because a choice that republicans in congress have made. >> at issue, mr. obama wants to raise some money by closing tax loopholes. republicans want no new ta
th, i'm brianna keilar in for randi kaye. >> i'm victor blackwell. first up today, sirens ringing out in afghanistan's capital. a bomb blast rocked the ministry of defense just hours after new defense secretary chuck hagel arrived in kabul on his first official trip overseas. nine people were killed. now the taliban says the suicide bombing is a message for hagel. he was not injured and is in a safe location. cnn pentagon correspondent chris lawrence is traveling with the defense secretary. he was at a briefing and says he heard the blast even though he was a ten-minute walk from it. >>> back in the u.s., a violent storm slams the massachusetts shore. it's being called the most damaging in recent memory. look at this. that house teetheri eriteeterine of the atlantic ocean and the second house fell overnight. they're on a popular vacation spot. nobody really expected this. a dozen homes right now in jeopardy, and according to the "boston globe," this one was worth $800,000. >>> to northern connecticut where a blizzard dumped 20 inches of snow, you're looking here at the town of staffor
of the fwormer security guards is sharing his story on camera with our randi kaye. >> reporter: it is a beautiful and priceless collection. hundreds of millions of dollars worth of art housed inside these walls. the isabella stewart gardner museum in boston. visitors from all over the world come to see these masterpieces. but that's not all they're looking at. they are also looking at a crime scene. in fact, a crime scene from the biggest art heist in history. still unsolved. and this is all that's left. i'm randi kaye outside the isabella stewart gardner museum in boston. this is where it all began, the night of march 18th, 1990. it was st. patrick's day weekend. there was a house party at the building right behind the museum. sometime after midnight, a group of young men left the party and spotted a car with what looked like two boston police officers inside. they had no idea these two men weren't really police officers. and no clue that just a short time later these two men would pull off the greatest art heist in history. >> come in, clock in, there would be two guards. >> reporter: rick abag
tonight. randi kaye is here with the "360" bulletin. >>> authorities in virginia are not disclosing a motive in last night's deadly shooting at the marine corps base. officials say three marines are dead including the suspected gunman. he died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. the incident is still under investigation. >>> police in georgia arresting a pair of teens in a shooting death of a 13 month old child. the suspects are 14 and 17 years old. they are being held on suspicion of first degree murder. the toddler's mother says the attackers approached her, demanding money. they first shot her in the leg before shooting the child as she begged to spare his life. >>> the faa is closing the control towers at 149 regional airports across the country. the move is meant to help the agency free up more than $630 million in forced government budget cuts. >>> and one of the biggest personalities in politics meeting one of the biggest names in basketball. shaquille o'neal visited new jersey governor chris christie in trenton today. the governor shared this photo on his twitter fe
with us bright and early. i am susan hendrix in for randi kaye. >> and i am joe johns. >>> we have seen reports this morning that the north test fired a pair of short-range missiles into the east sea. it's a direct threat to south korea. >> but here in the u.s. the pentagon is more concerned with what north korea can do with its long-range missiles and that led chuck hagel to talk about missile defense along the west coast. and joining me now is cnn contributor general james morse. how are you doing? >> doing good. how are you? >> first question for the audience, how real is the threat of long-range korean missile strikes on the u.s. west coast? >> joe, the answer -- the short answer is its real. the issue is it still needs to be more fully developed. the challenge that we have in the united states and certainly our intelligence communities' biggest challenge is to make sure that we are not surprised by the development taking place in north korea. we have a vigilant look in north korea, and the problem is we are not there and we have to figure it out based on observations and as you kno
questions. >>> it's sunday, march 3rd, good morning, everyone. i'm brianna keilar in for randi kaye this morning. >>> it's been a busy morning for crews at the international space station. about 30 minutes ago they grabbed the dragon cargo vehicle and the next step is to lock it down to the station around 9:40 eastern time. there was some glitches when dragon launched friday and that delayed its arrival by about a day but spacex says everything is working now. the unmanned capsule is carrying more than 1,200 supplies for the station crew and their experiments. >>> at the vatican, there will be no customary angelous prayer on this sunday and the windows of the papal apartment will remain firmly closed. the election to pick pope been dict xvi successor has yet to be begin. ben wedemen joining us from outside the vatican. ben, will all the cardinals to select the new pope at the vatican or are some still making their way? >> some are still making their way. tomorrow morning at 9:30 the congregation of cardinals, which include 207 cardinals, the it21 will participate are expected at 9:3
questions through the judge. for now today was focused on her sex life. randi kaye was there. some of the testimony is graphic. >> reporter: after a damaging week on cross examination the first order of business for jodi arias's defense team was knocking down any hint at premeditation. >> did you go to mr. alexander's home with the intent on killing him? >> i didn't. >> reporter: another attempt to convince the jury she murdered travis alexander in self defense. testimony quickly turned to her broken finger on her left hand. the prosecution has tried to prove she hurt her finger while stabbing her ex-boyfriend dozens of times and dragging his body. >> and that is an injury you incurred when you testified to having received when mr. alexander was kicking you in the ribs and he ended up kicking your hand, correct? >> that's correct. >> reporter: she says alexander broke her finger six months before the murder, the day after she caught him allegedly masturbating to a photo of a little boy. she claims he became increasingly violent after that. even though the couple had broken up she s
-defense. randi kaye reports. a warning, some of the testimony is graphic. >> reporter: if you believe what jodi arias says on the stand, travis alexander told her marrying her would be like winning the wife lottery. >> had he ever proposed to you? >> yeah, he did over the phone once. >> reporter: so if their relationship was so good that even marriage was being discussed, how on earth did it get this bad? again today arias' defense team tried to prove it was all self-defense. she shared this story of past abuse, of alexander choking her. >> at first i thought of clawing at his face, but then i couldn't -- i couldn't do that. it didn't feel right to gouge his eyes out or something. >> reporter: arias told the court she would have sex with alexander because it stopped his anger from escalating. she says she even tried that on the very day she killed him. >> when he grabbed your arm and bent you over the desk on june 4th, 2008, how did you view that? >> it was a way for him to relieve his anger. >> reporter: citing examples like alexander tying arias to the bed with rope, the defense tried to show
to have more in just a moment. cnn's randi kaye tells u.s. what went down jucht yesterday. >> reporter: if you believe what jodi arias says on the stand, she said travis said it would be like winning the wife lottery. >> had he ever proposed to you? >> he did over the phone once rpts if their relationship was so good, that even marriage was being discussed, how on earth did it get this bad? again today, arias' defense team tried to prove it was all self-defense. she shared this story of past abuse of alexander choking her. >> at first i thought of clawing at his face but then i couldn't -- i couldn't do that. it didn't feel right to gouge his eyes out or something. >> reporter: citing examples like alexander tieing arias to the bed with rope, the defense tried to show alexander controlled her and when he wanted sex, he took it. >> would it be fair to say he had an all access pass to your body? >> yes. >> reporter: what about arias' failing memory the day alexander died? she has testified that she shot alexander first and doesn't remember anything after that. here in court her defense l
themselves. cnn's randi kaye has the latest from phoenix. >> reporter: for jodi arias this week was all about proving she never planned to kill travis alexander. >> did you go to mr. alexander's home on june 4th with the intent on killing him? >> no. i didn't. >> reporter: the jury is well aware arias has changed her story three times. two years after the killing, she finally said she did kill travis alexander, but in self-defense. she claimed his anger around the physical abuse worsened after she caught alexander masturbating to the photo of a young boy, but if it was so startling, why hadn't she written about it in her journal? >> it's a highly negative event and it was a negative experience for mend it's not something that i wished to remember. >> reporter: another week, another sex tape. this time, the defense played mainly alexander's voice, an effort to paint him as the more experienced sexually. >> you cannot say i don't work that booty. we have what he two and three-hour sessions many times. >> reporter: the defense did all it could to clean up arias' image, even trying to explain awa
march 16th. i am joe johns in for victor blackwell. >> i am susan hendrix in today for randi kaye. we see a change in the u.s. national security. >> new defense secretary, chuck hag hagel, made the plans to put more receptors on the west coast. >> plans to spend $1 million to beef up the defense, but the question is will the missiles actually work. if a nuclear missile is ever fired at the united states, this is the best hope to stop it. 30 intercepter missiles, which can be launched from ground silos in alaska and california, and now the pentagon deploying up to 14 more. >> the reason we are doing what we are doing, and the reason we are advancing our program here for homeland security is to not take any chances and stay ahead of the throat. >> north korea tested a long-range missile in december and conducted the third nuke clear test in february and just this month threatened a preemptive nuclear strike on the u.s., and that caught the pentagon's attention. >> it underscored the need to continue to take prudent steps to prevent any attack. >> strengthen our own missile defense and l
't see. i'm christi paul in for randi kaye. >>> all right, we want to begin with you this morning in steubenville, ohio, very odd on a sunday, but we're just hours from now where two high school football players on trial for rape are going to learn their fate. it is verdict day today. the judge is expected to hand down his decision around 10:00 a.m. eastern. we're talking about them being accused of raping a 16-year-old girl last summer. the girl said she was too drunk to remember what happened to her. cnn poppy harlow is following this case for us. >> after four long days of testimony in the steubenville, ohio, rape case that has certainly caught national attention and some say divided this town. the fate of two teenage boys now lays in the hands of judge thomas lipp. so, prosecution and the defense on saturday night both resting their case after the alleged victim herself, that 16-year-old girl, took the stand for two hours testifying to not remembering much of that night in august when the alleged rapes occurred. i want you to listen to some closing arguments made by the attorn
. >> reporter: jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm brianna keilar in for randi kaye. >> i'm victor blackwell. it's 8:00 here on the east coast, 5:00 out west. thanks for starting your day with us. let's go to florida where we are waiting a news conference to begin on that sinkhole tragedy yesterday. rescuers are trying to find jeff bush. he's presumed dead, but his body has not been recovered after the earth opened up and swallowed him. let's listen. >> i'm the public relations officer for hillsborough county fire rescue. at this time, first of all, i want to say that our hearts go out to the families of wicker family and the bush family, because they do not have their family member with them at this point. we are here, because we want to give you an update about what we're doing for the families. first of all, we started our operations this morning, our conducted operations started at 7:00 this morning. that's what we're doing right now. and i want to let you know that we set up a fund for the family, a donation for the family. we actually have a website. anybody th
hendricks in for randi kaye. >> and i'm joe johns in for victor blackwell. >>> threats from north korea forcing a change in u.s. national security. the pentagon announced a major expansion in missile defense. >> new defense secretary chuck hagel made the announcement to put more interceptor missiles along the west coast. chris lawrence has more. >> reporter: susan, joe, the pentagon plans to spend up to $1 billion to beef up its civil defense but the big question is, will the missiles actually work? if a nuclear missile is ever fired at the united states, this is the best hope to stop it, 30 interceptor missiles which can be launched from ground sigh lows in alaska and california. now the pentagon is deploying up to 14 more. >> the reason we're doing what we're doing and the reason we're advancing our program here for homeland security is to not take any chances, is to stay ahead of the theret. >> reporter: north korea tested a long range missile in december, it conducted its third nuclear test in february, and just this month, threatened a preemptive nuclear strike on the u.s. that cau
. i'm randi kaye. thanks for watching. much more on the trial right now on 360. anderson? >> randi, thanks. it's 11:00 on the east coast. osama bin laden pfrs spokesman and son-in-law in court blocks away from ground zero. how he was caught, how he'll by tried and what it does to al qaeda. join us tonight. >> also, tonight, the week's most unforgettable moments from jodi arias on the stand, to the rare jury questions to what happens next. >> we begin with breaking news. thehe the head of one of america's biggest airlines speaking out on thedition to allow knives on aircrafts. >> he wrote, quote, we must object to the decision to allow small knives back in the aircrafts. joining us is the international president of the association of flight attendants. what do you make of this? you must be pleased that the delta ceo is weighing in on the side of the flight attendants. why are you opposed to this? >> it's completely unnecessary to introduce a weapon to the aircraft. introduce knives back into the cabin. makes no sense. >> is it out of concern for the safety of flight attendsants and
. randi kaye is here with the 360 bulletin. >> lawyers for the theater shooter filed court documents today. he may plead not guilty by reason of insanity. he's accused of killing 12 people and wounding 58. >> bruce davis, a former follower of manson is not getting parole. jerry brown has revrsed a parole board decision, saying he still poses a threat to society. he's serving two life sentences for killing two men back in 1969. >> and a dog owner believes her prized pooch was poisoned at the famous westminster dog show in new york city. a sam " -- samoyed named cruise died four days after competing in that show. anderson. >> so bizarre. appreciate that. thanks very much. we got word that president obama signed the sequestration order. >>> coming up inside the jodi arias and travis alexander, inside their relationship. she admit she killed them. we'll take a look at how they met and i'll speak to dr. drew pinsky about whether there were any warning signs that arias was capable of stabbing him 29 times, cutting his throat from ear to ear. >> also, when stuff started disappearing from lockers,
morning, everyone. i'm brianna keilar in for randi kaye. it's 10:00 on the east coast. 7:00 on the west. we're glad you're with us this morning. >>> crews are back on the scene of a sinkhole in florida, trying to recover the body of jeff bush. late thursday night his family heard a deafening noise and then the unbelievable happened. the earth below one of the bedrooms collapsed swallowing it. john zarrella is live in florida for us. john, authorities said this isn't a typical sinkhole because it is huge. how, then, are they approaching this recovery? >> reporter: yeah, exactly right, brianna. the concern is that the sinkhole is growing from news conferences they've had. they're doing a lot of are ground testing. they continue to do ground testing. in fact, they've moved us back even further now, because the plan is for them to go ahead and test the ground on this side of the street as well. they do not know the scope of the sinkhole exactly how wide it is. they movknow it's about 30 feet deep, continuing to deepen but don't movie how far out it may spread. they need a baseline sample wh
're keeping track because she's been on the stand a long time. randi kaye will recap monday's fireworks and i have a quick warning for you, some of this him testimony is pretty darn graphic. >> reporter: after damaging week on cross-examination, the first order of business for jodi arias's defense team was knocking down any hint at premeditation. >> did you go to mr. alexander see home on june 4th with the intent of killing him? >> no, i didn't. >> reporter: another attempt to convince the jury she murdered travis alexander in self defense. even though she's changed her story three times. testimony quickly turned to arias' broken finger on on her left hand. the prosecution has tried to prove she hurt her finger while stabbing her ex-boyfriend dozens of times. and dragging his bloody body around the house. to dispute that, arias' defense lawyer offered a show and tell. >> and that is the injury you incurred when you testified to having received when mr. alexander was kicking you in the ribs and he ended up kicking your hand, correct? >> that's correct. >> reporter: arias says alexander broke h
that they don't believe much about this ever changing story. let me get you to randi kaye who wraps up everything for you. but i do have this warning, it is pretty graphic testimony. in fact randi kaye, i'll hold her off because ben wedeman is standing by live, is he? rome. i'm a glad we could scramble you to a microphone. very exciting that we finally have the date, i won't suggest that you've been alive for the last couple of conclaves, but this seems like a lengthy process just to get the date for the process. is it? >> reporter: yes, it certainly is. it's been a week now, rather five full days of meetings by more than 200 cardinals to decide on a date. they did decide it will be tuesday, the 12th of march according to a press release we received from the vatican press office in the morning on tuesday, the cardinals who will be participating in the conclave will take part in a special mass and of course at this point we have no idea how long the conclave will go. but really this general congregation of cardinals which includes not only the lectors, those 115 cardinals who will parti
in the beginning. >> reporter: bad choices that could cost her her life. randi kaye, cnn, phoenix. >> jodi arias and her lawyers have tried to paint travis alexander as physically abusive, a man who attacked her in a rage. that's not the man his friends say he was like. they socialized after alexander started dating arias, and they said they saw red flags early on including the time alexander described being robbed at gun point, and they say sayrious didn't seem concerned at all. you say when you first met jodi, your internal alarms went off. what do you mean by that? >> she had a very spooky kind of like a seductive style energy when she walked into the room. you know, when you looked her in the eye, she had an empty like there was no soul behind those eyes. >> and jacob, the woman you see on the stand, is that the way you remember her back then? >> if you mean the lying, manipulating jodi, absolutely. the one that she's trying to portray to the rest of the world like she's some meek, you know, honest person that just wants the best for people, you know, this battered woman that she's trying to
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calls it premeditated murder. her testimony ended in a face-off with the prosecutor. here's randi kaye in phoenix. >> please stand for the jury. >> reporter: on her final day on the stand, jodi arias was schooled in mathematics. do the math, the prosecutor attempted to show. her story doesn't add up. >> at some point in your life, you've worn watches, right? you know about time. you know movement takes time, don't you? >> reporter: martinez says arias would simply not have had enough time given the evidence to first go searching for the knife she used to stab travis alexander nearly 30 times and slit his throat. he says she must have had the knife with her in the bathroom when she was taking these digital pictures of a naked alexander in the shower. >> it would have taken time to actually look for it, wouldn't it? >> i guess under that theory. >> sure under that theory. it would take time, right? >> yeah, i guess. >> reporter: to prove his theory of premeditation, the prosecutor showed these two photographs, taken just 62 seconds apart, according to their time stamps. arias says this a
important parts. so has the tide finally turned against her. here's cnn's randi kaye, with a quick warning some of the images are graphic. >> reporter: on her final day on the stand, jodi arias was schooled in mathematics. do the math, the prosecutor attempted to show, her story doesn't add up. >> at some point in your life, you get watches. you know about time, you know that movement takes time, don't you? >> reporter: martinez said arias simply would not havead enough time, given the evidence, to first go searching for the knife she used to stab travis alexander nearly 30 times to his throat. he says she might have had the knife there. >> it would have taken time to actually look for it, wouldn't it? >> i guess under that theory. >> sure, under that theory. it would take time, right? >> yeah, i guess. >> reporter: to prove his theory of premeditation, the prosecutor showed these two photographs, taken just 62 seconds apart, according to their time stamps. arias said this accidental photo of the ceiling was taken after she dropped alexander's camera, when he was still alive. that's when s
saturday morning" starts right now. >>> good morning, everyone. >> i'm brianna keilar in today for randi kaye. >>> i'm victor blackwell. starting this morning in washington with those forced spending cuts that were never supposed to happen. well, they're happening. >> overnight, $85 billion in federal funding was slashed from the budget affecting everything from education to the fbi to food safety, national parks even. the president signed the order after lawmakers failed to work out a deal. >> cnn's national political correspondent jim acosta is at the white house. jim, this isn't over yet, is it? >> it's not over yet. it's never over these budget crises here in washington or so it seems victor and brianna. that's right, at about 8:30 last night, the president signed this order initiating these automatic budget cuts. they went into effect last night. they're going to be going into effect over the next several months as we've all been hearing. and if you look at the letter that the office of management and budget sent over to the house of representatives and the senate last night, it goe
, everyone, i'm brianna keilar in for randi kaye. >> and it's good to have you here. >> thank you. good to be here. >>> number one, authorities in florida still have not found the body of a man swallowed by a sink hole. jeff bush was in the bedroom of his tampa home thursday night when the room just collapsed into the ground. bush's brother jumped in to try to save him, but he couldn't. authorities say the hole is growing bigger and could take the house with it. >>> detroit is just about broke. this is our number two story. michigan's governor rick snyder is taking drastic action. snyder announced he will appoint an emergency manager. he'll have the power to cut spending if necessary. a state review found that detroit's long-term debts exceed $14 billion. >>> at number three, bruce davis, a former follower of charles manson is not getting parole. jerry brown reversed a parole board decision to let the 70-year-old out of jail saying he still poses a danger to society. davis is serving a life sentence for killing two men in 1969. >>> and number four, today kicks off the $85 billion in for
and after she killed travis alexander. randi kaye has the compelling testimony from phoenix. let me warn you some of the images you're about to see are very graphic and disturbing. >> reporter: tears from jodi arias. she broke down on the stand as the first photo of travis alexander's body is displayed in court. it showed him twisted and crumbled on the shower floor. >> were you crying when you shooting him? >> i don't remember. >> were you crying when you were stabbing him? >> i don't remember. >> how about when you cut his throat? were you crying then? >> i don't know. >> reporter: with her face in her hands the prosecutor dared her to look. >> take a look then. you're the one that did this, right? >> yes. >> and you're the same individual that lied about all of this, right? >> yes. >> so then take a look at it. >> reporter: from the stand yars did her best to convince the jury she acted in self-defense. she said alexander attacked her after she dropped his can't rah. >> he body slammed me. >> he body slammed you down. >> yes. >> in a very forceful way. where did he body slam you down? >>
'm brianna keilar in this morning for randi kaye. 7:00 on the east coast, 4:00 on the west. thanks for starting your morning with us. >>> first vice president joe biden will be in alabama to commemorate the historic civil rights march from selma to montgomery. shined a light on the right for voting rights. fast forward to now, the issue is front and center and victor blackwell is live in selma for us. hi, victor. just want to ask you because vice president biden is going to be there. he said wednesday that he couldn't believe that he's reliving this civil rights battle and it is really being put into light today because of the march. he is referring to this voting rights case that is now before the supreme court. is he expected to address that today? >> no doubt. he will talk about that today. the people who tried to cross that bridge behind me, this was the legislation they were fighting for in 1965. it's been reauthorized several times and now there is a fight in the supreme court to negate one portion, section five of the voting rights act, which gives the federal government the
, everyone, i'm brianna keilar for if randi kaye. >> let's start this half with fi stories you should know about this morning. first, a suicide bombing rocked the afghan ministry of defense just hours after chuck hagel arrived in kabul on his first official overseas trip. nine people were killed, it's a message for hagel who was not injured. >>> believe it or not, a space rock is giving us all another thing to watch really close shave this hour. this is number two. an asteroid the size of a city block is buzzing by about 605,000 miles away. two times the distance from the earth to the moon. number three, the body of hugo chavez will remain in a glass casket on public display forever, forever. world leaders from iran, cuba, and dozens of nations attended a state funeral yesterday. actor sean penn and the reverend jesse jackson were there too. >>> new trial date set for osama bin laden's son-in-law who has pleaded not guilty to terror charges. prosecutors say he conspired to kill americans as part of bin laden's al qaeda network and spent most of his time since the september 11th attacks in
" continues now. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm brianna keilar in for randi kaye. >> i'm victor blackwell. we start this morning with good news for the northeast. good news. you know that violent winter storm, it's moving out into the atlantic. but not before causing all kinds of problems for residents who already have seen lots of snow this year. the late winter storm dumped more than a few headaches on parts of new england but it wasn't just snow. look at this. a house blown off its foundation on massachusetts plum island. high tide brought extremely high waves to the coastline and that caused flooding. this cnn ireport was sent to us from nantucket island. >> we're here two hours after high tide. again, all of lower easy street is flooded. >> to the north the story was snow. lots of it. more than a foot fell in some areas. travel was almost impossible and thousands of people lost power. >> i'm done with the snow. after the last one, it really beats you up. >> some people use the storm as a chance to make money but the majority of people seem to have had enough of winter. >> i'm done with i
caused travis alexander his life? and why jodi arias suddenly became a killer. i'm randi kaye. thanks for watching. good night. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com since this time. >> thp >> the new yop visi florida. sshe wap she was lashe was sunrise. >> anythi>> anything in >p pocker pockets of areas. nobonobody foun nobody found a months. >>>> i when p >> i when i . the stories didn't jive. when that happens, it bodes ill. stefa was a brilliant young girl, 22, just graduated from john jay college in new york. had travelled down to the miami, to be with her sister for her birthday. a celebration, it was a holiday. and she had monday off, she was going to use that to be with her sister. she was excited. she had just gotten out of school. planning to go forward to law school. such a bright future ahead of her. >> getting up the first thing i do is think about her. >> a beautiful 22-year-old. graduating with honors. she wanted to go on to law school. she wanted to be an immigration lawyer, perhaps a criminal lawyer. really, a bright, young girl. had her entire life ahead of her. then
of the graphic content. here's randi kaye. >> reporter: after a damaging week on cross-examination, the first order of business for jodi arias' defense team is knocking down anything to premeditation. >> did you go to mr. alexander's home on june 4th with the intent on killing him? >> no, i didn't. >> reporter: another attempt to convince the jury she murdered travis alexander in self-defense. even though she's changed her story three times. testimony quickly turned to arias' broken finger on her left hand. the prosecution tried to prove she hurt her finger while stabbing her ex-boyfriend dozens of times and drags his blody body around the house. to dispute that, arias' defense lawyer offered a show and tell. >> and that is the injury you incurred when you testified to having received whether mr. alexander was kicking you in the ribs and he ended up kicking your hand, correct? >> that's correct. >> reporter: arias says alexander broke her finger six months before the murder. the day after she caught him algdzly masturbating to a photo of a little boy. she claims he became increasingly violent
right now. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm victor blackwell. >> i'm brianna keilar in for randi kaye. thank you for starting your day with us. we start with good news for the northeast. that's very good news. air travel getting back to normal after a winter storm canceled almost 700 flights across the region. other flights arrived at newark an average four hours late. new york's laguardia and logan airport in boston also had significant delays. >> that blizzard dumped almost two feet of snow on parts of massachusetts and connecticut. where's the storm now? what's in store for this weekend for the rest of the country? >> let's go to the cnn weather center and meteorologist alexandra steele with more on that. >> what a storm it was. look at these numbers in connecticut. another connecticut storm with two feet of snow. in staffordville, 23 inches. worcester with 22 inches. boston, 12. new york had 4. it's over. area of low pressure moved out to sea. dry skies and sunny skies. temperatures in the 40s and even in the 50s. here's our next storm though we're watching. chicago, rain day for
of the morning to you, shall i say. i'm christi paul in for randi ka kaye. you're either up early or haven't gone to bed yet because you've been celebrating. i want to get you right now to a historic moment. live pictures from vatican city. pope francis, the first latin american pope in history is going to give here his first weekly blessing since becoming pope. let's listen. >> translator: brothers and sisters, good morning. after the first meeting last wednesday, i can greet you all again and be happy to be able to do it on a sunday on the lord's day. this is important for us christians to meet on sundays and to greet one another to talk to one another as we are doing in the square, a square which thanks to the media is as large as the world itself. on this fifth sunday of lent, the gospel presents the episode of the women caught in adultery whom jesus saves from being to death and this shows the attitude of jesus. we don't hear any words of censure or condemnation but mercy. i, not even i condemn you. go and sin any more. so, brothers and sisters, the face of god -- >> you are getting such a l
network. i'm brianna keilar in for randi kaye. it is half past the hour. in colorado a judge has dealt a tough blow to james holmes' defense. holmes' insanity defense won't hold up. dave young from kdvr has the story. >> reporter: the massacre last july at this aurora theater sent off a firestorm of calls for more restrictive gun laws. >> he was senselessly murdered by a man who walked into that theater with a weapon equipped with 100 round magazine. he opened fire killing 12, including my son, alex, and injuring physically 58 others. >> reporter: those who treated victims also carry emotional scars. >> this was a tremendous number of patients in a very short period of time with emotional stories and just a very hard thing to go through for everybody. >> reporter: now lawyers for james holmes suffered a setback. the judge ruling colorado's insanity defense does not violate his right against self-incrimination or his right to stay silent. >> that will trigger all of the consequences of a not guilty by reason of insanity plea, including a required evaluation by the state at the state hos
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